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GLP Quality Control: IQ/OQ and Calibration of Lab Equipment - GLPQ02

Certification Training


Duration: 2.2 hours (the average time to complete the training program, including final assessments).
Credits Hours: 2
Demonstration: Demo an online course.
Certificate: View sample certificate.

PRICE:
$219

This GLP Quality Control: IQ/OQ and Calibration of Lab Equipment course is found in the following professional designation program(s):

-Professional Designation in Quality Control in the Laboratory (GLPs)

Training Program: GLP Quality Control: IQ/OQ and Calibration of Lab Equipment

DESCRIPTION: This online course covers the requirements for the qualification of laboratory instruments, including IQ, OQ, and PQ. The relationship between vendors, user requirements specifications and qualification are explained. The different approach to simple and complex instruments is addressed, and specifications and calibration requirements for spectrophotometers, chromatographic systems and dissolution apparatus are reviewed.

Certification Requirements: Students must view the entire program and successfully pass an online, multiple-choice final assessment with >80% passing grade within a 90 day period of time (180 days for Professional Designation Programs). Certificate is accessible in PDF format immediately after satisfying requirements.

Online Training Programs Include:
  • 90 days of 24/7 access to individual eLearning courses and 180 days for eLearning Professional Designation Programs
  • Voiceovers, easy navigation, progress checks, and high quality animations
  • Printable PDF files including the course notes and/or references (not available with all courses)
  • An online final assessment with 20-50 multiple-choice questions
  • A Certificate of Completion or Professional Designation is immediately available once the course requirements have been satisfied


COURSE OUTLINE:
QC REGULATIONS AND QUALIFICATION
1. Introduction
2. Instrument calibration
3. Useful definitions
4. Good QC laboratory data
5. The V model
6. Applying the V model
7. Simple vs complex instruments
8. Qualification phases
9. Vendors
10. Lab instrument specialist
11. Review

INSTRUMENT QUALIFICATION
12. Introduction
13. Instrument URS
14. Qualification approach
15. Steps of IQ
16. IQ: USP definition
17. OQ Phase
18. OQ: USP definition
19. HPLC OQ
20. PQ Phase
21. HPLC PQ
22. PQ: USP definition
23. System suitability testing
24. SST acceptance criteria
25. Qualification protocols
26. Protocol execution
27. Summary
28. Review

CALIBRATION RECORDS
29. Introduction
30. Calibration and performance checks
31. Precision and accuracy
32. GLP identification rules
33. Scope of calibration
34. Calibration rules
35. Schedules
36. Calibration records
37. Review

LABORATORY SOFTWARE QUALIFICATION
38. Introduction
39. Classes of software
40. Software qualification rules
41. Software examples
42. Qualifying spreadsheets
43. Review I
44. Review II

CHROMATOGRAPHIC SYSTEMS
45. Introduction
46. HPLC/GC
47. HPLC components
48. Typical specifications
49. Column maintenance
50. Mobile phase
51. SST

SPECTROPHOTOMETRIC SYSTEMS
52. Introduction
53. Types of systems
54. Operation principles
55. Typical specifications
56. Cell specifications
57. Calibration tasks I
58. Calibration tasks II

DISSOLUTION APPARATUS
59. Introduction
60. Dissolution apparatus
61. Performance parameters
62. Typical specifications
63. Calibration tasks
64. Review

INSTRUMENT LOGBOOKS AND EQUIPMENT HISTORY
65. Introduction
66. Purpose
67. What to record
68. Review

CONCLUSION
69. Summary
COURSE OBJECTIVES:
Describe the steps involved in IQ and OQ of instruments.
State the requirements for software qualification.
List chromatography instrument calibration requirements and frequency.
List general lab instrument calibration requirements and frequency.
State the QC expectations for instrument logbooks.


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